KIPP Jacksonville Schools prepare students from Jacksonville’s North and Westside communities with the knowledge, skills, habits, and character for success in college and life. KIPP Jacksonville is comprised of three schools in Jacksonville, Florida: KIPP Impact Middle School (5-8), KIPP VOICE Elementary (K-4), and KIPP Jacksonville Elementary (K-6). We currently educate more than 1,300 students and employsmore than 150 full-time staff at our campus, three miles west of downtown Jacksonville.
OUR DIVERSITY & EQUITY
We know from research and experience that the single most influential factor in a student’s success is the quality of their teachers. At KIPP, we are eager to work with mission-driven teachers from diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. We value teachers as professionals, and encourage them to be leaders, to collaborate, and to constantly improve their craft. KIPP Jacksonville Schools believes that our staff will represent our core values: high expectations, a growth mindset, and commitment to team. We search for educators who embody them.
OUR TEACHER RECRUITMENT
We seek educators and colleagues that represent our core values of high expectations, growth mindset, commitment to team, trust, joy, and sustainability. To learn more about what it is like to work and teach at KIPP Jacksonville Schools, please visit www.kippjax.org/teach.
At KIPP Jacksonville Schools, you have the space to collaborate and the support to grow. We welcome passionate and joyful individuals to build their careers at KIPP and to set students on the path to and through college.
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